BPM

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BPMBusiness Process Management
BPMBusiness Process Modeling
BPMBeats Per Minute (heart or music)
BPMBusiness Performance Management
BPMBlood Pressure Monitor (various companies)
BPMBest Practice Methodology
BPMBest Practice Management (various organizations)
BPMBanca Popolare di Milano (Italian bank)
BPMBritish Prime Minister (UK)
BPMBlows Per Minute
BPMBlack Power Movement
BPMBusiness Process Monitor (Hewlett-Packard software)
BPMBeam Position Monitor
BPMBeam Positron Monitoring (imaging)
BPMBeats per Minute
BPMBackup Memory
BPMBroadband Provisioning Manager
BPMBroadband Policy Manager
BPMBreaths Per Minute
BPMBusiness Performance Measurement
BPMBound Printed Matter (US Postal Service)
BPMBeam Propagation Method
BPMBank Pertanian Malaysia
BPMBest Practice Model
BPMBattement par Minute (French: Beats per Minute)
BPMBest Practicable Means
BPMBlack Plastic Mulch
BPMBusiness Planning Meeting (various organizations)
BPMBrushless Permanent Magnet
BPMBalance of Payments Manual
BPMBatch Process Monitor
BPMBarrels Per Minute (flow rate of Oil producing wells)
BPMBasic Perinatal Matrices
BPMBiens Publics Mondiaux (French: Global Public Goods)
BPMBataafse Petroleum Maatschappij (Dutch)
BPMBasic Pleasure Model (band)
BPMBusiness Program Manager
BPMBuchstaben Pro Minute (German: letters per minute)
BPMBorel Probability Measure
BPMBubbles Per Minute
BPMBusiness Process Manual
BPMBirds Per Minute
BPMBirefringent Phase Matching
BPMBytes Per Minute
BPMBuenas Practicas Manufactureras (Guatemala)
BPMBureau de Poste Militaire (Canada Post)
BPMBenefit Policy Manual (Medicare; US DHHS)
BPMBlack Powder Music (France)
BPMBatch Processing Monitor
BPMBills Per Minute (billing software application performance measurement)
BPMBlack ProMist (camera filter)
BPMBiological Production Module
BPMBi-Phase Modulator
BPMBill Payment Machine
BPMBelasting van Personenautos en Motorrijwielen (Dutch automobile tax)
BPMBrigada Policía Militar (Guatemala)
BPMBattery Pack Monitor
BPMBonnes Pratiques Médicales (French: Good Medical Practices)
BPMBasic Parameters Module
BPMBuffer Pool Manager
BPMBackground Processing Management
BPMBathy-Photometer (oceanography)
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Humans take in 15 breaths per minute on an average.
This includes hypoxemia (Pa[O.sub.2] < 8 kPa), urea > 7 mmol/L, respiratory rate > 30 breaths per minute, blood pressure systolic < 90 mmHg, and perhaps diagnostically most relevant, a positive blood culture which is seen in 10% of pneumonia cases of which approximately 60% are S.
Vitals were significant for hypothermia (temperature of 34.8[degrees]C) and worsening tachypnea to 90 breaths per minute. Lower limb blood pressures at that time were undetectable (see Figure 2 for detailed exam).
To compare the values gathered by the reference instrument and computed by the video-based method, we calculate the mean absolute error (MAE) of breaths per minute as
The BiPAP used had: (1) inspiratory positive airway pressure (IPAP), 2 - 40 cm H2O; (2) expiratory positive air way pressure (EPAP), 2 - 16 cm H2O; (3) breath rate, 5 - 60 breaths per minute; (4) timed inspiration, 0.1- 2.0 seconds; (5) rise time, 1%-6%; Patients were kept in a semi-recumbent position with the head raised at 45Adeg.
The minimum breaths per minute which the patients had were 9 and the respiratory rate did not recover to baseline, even after 25 minutes.
Vital signs include temperature 97[degrees]F, weight 162 lb, height 69 inches, blood pressure 105/64 mm Hg, heart rate (HR) 46 beats per minute (bpm), and respirations 18 breaths per minute.
Twice hourly, 10 breaths were timed by complete flank movements, then converted into breaths per minute. At the same time, the panting score of each focal cow was recorded on a scale from 0 to 4.5, as defined by Gaughan et al.
As for sharing the system among multiple users, two users on a pulse flow device is risky since it only has so many breaths per minute capacity.
The following criteria of the tool were evaluated: age >65 years, presence of confusion, BUN >20 mg/dL (7.14 mmol/L), respiratory rate >30 breaths per minute, and blood pressure (systolic <90 mm Hg or diastolic 2 points treat as inpatient.10
Her temperature was 98.6[degrees]F; heart rate, 99 beats per minute; blood pressure, 124/60 mm Hg; respiratory rate, 14 breaths per minute; and oxygen saturation, 99% on room air.
Upon admission temperature was 98.1 F, blood pressure 112/61, heart rate 92 beats per minute, respiratory rate 18 breaths per minute, and saturation 99% in room air.